# Teach me STATISTICS in half an hour!

## 11 thoughts on “Teach me STATISTICS in half an hour!”

1. Bibek Sapkota says:

Steph Curry (0.4766, 128 shots) is a continuous data, however the sample space is (0-1). I assume the sample space for a continuous data must be – infinity to + infinity. Can we name it continuous ratio data?

2. Patrick Kennish says:

Thanks for taking the time to make this, my book feels so useless and this helped put me back on track!

3. Kaushik R says:

You might, some people might, but not everyone in the word understands NBA.

4. Asiljon Azimjonov says:

Thank you man! Very informative video for those who have just started studying statistics!

5. virote v says:

Very good explained overview steps to statistic…thanks

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7. Javier Rivera says:

Wow, excellent video, every time I see one of them, I feel more intelligent afterwards.

8. Jiwon Kim says:

Had to take statistics class twice in uni and just had a gut feeling iâ€™d come back to it ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ the irony

9. alxndrdg8 says:

This is great. You are back.
I learnt a lot about Regression from your videos. But in those, you went on making new models (for that car price example) without actually touching on the fact, how do we determine which model is better? Also, you did not talk about Adjusted R-sq. in those models (I was wondering why? You had explained it in Regr Video#1,2) Do we use p-values and/or t-values to make our models better and better? Also, that logistic regression model – you said it cannot be done in excel. Would be great if you made some video on the statistical package you used to do it.
Believe me, I understood all of these statistics terms only from your videos! You are changing the way I understand statistics now.
Thank you for all of it!

10. Ben Binks says:

Another great video, i'll use this to recap whilst i gain more experience, thanks ðŸ™‚

11. Abdul Razzaq says: